Every few months, Hockey's Future updates their prospect rankings for each team. While I'm sure they'll be updating the Stars prospects here soon, I feel as if it's time for Defending Big D to debate who the most anticipated prospect is.
This is also a great chance for Dallas Stars fans to get to know the players in the system a bit better. Defending Big D will be running a series of prospect interviews starting on Friday, as we profile some of the top skaters in the Dallas Stars system.
For the purposes of this exercise, I'm going to exclude Ivan Vishnevskiy. We all know he's the guy we want to see the most in a Stars jersey.
I know the poll is showing up now, but before you vote please follow the jump for a listing of the top Stars prospects both in the AHL and elsewhere, as well as some quick stats.
Top AHL Prospects:
Aaron Gagnon, C - 42 games, 7G 16A, 23 Pts, +1
Perttu Lindgren, C - 40 games, 6G 16A, 22 Pts, +8
Francis Wathier, LW - 41 games, 9G 8A, 17 Pts, +8
Colton Sceviour, RW - 42 games, 5G 12A, 17 Pts, +12
Sergei Korostin, RW - 34 games, 7G 6A, 13 Pts, +7
Luke Gazdic, LW - 20 games, 2G 0A, 2 Pts, 62 PIM
Trevor Ludwig, D - 15 games 0G 2A, 2 Pts, +2
Top ECHL Prospects:
Michael Neal, LW - 33 games, 4G 7A, 11 Pts, -1
Richard Bachman, G - 16 games, 11-4-1, 2.22 GAA, .917 Sv%
Top NCAA Prospects:
Alex Chiasson, RW - 17 games, 5G 4A, 9 Pts, +2
Mike Bergin, D - 16 games, 3G 3A, 6 Pts, +5
Curtis McKenzie, LW - 24 games, 4G 13A, 17 Pts, +5
Austin Smith, RW - 21 games, 9G 18A, 27 Pts, +4
Scott Glennie, RW - 43 games, 16G 29A, 45 Pts, +15
Tomas Vincour, RW - 33 games, 20G 10A, 30 Pts, +5
Tristan King, C - 48 games, 15G 27A, 42 Pts, +6
Matt Tassone, C - 19 games, 5G 4A, 9 Pts, Even
Hubert Labrie, D - 45 games, 3G 15A, 18 Pts, +7
Tyler Beskorowany, G - 41 games, 17-19-3, 3.67 GAA , .897 Sv%
Philip Larsen, D - 27 games, 1G 7A, 8 Pts, +8